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it was on a plane. >>alisyn: that's better? >>steve: eric bolling in for brian who is on vacation. ali is in for gretchen. >>alisyn: what have you done with your staff? >>steve: they are on vacation. >>alisyn: a lot of news. there are brand-new concerns about killer whales that freed themselves from the ice in quebec. no one has seen them since. we watched that video of a family of 12 whales struggling to breathe out of a hole the size of a pickup truck. then the wind shifted and the water opened up -- the ice opened up and the grandmother whale, we're told, led them all to safety. but now aerial crews sent to track them cannot find the whales. killer whales can swim a mile before needing air. that is about 20 minutes. we'll keep an eye on this story and bring developments as soon as we get them. >>> there is enough evidence, we're told, to put the accused dark knight shooter on trial. he is expected to be arraigned today. but it is likely defense attorneys will ask for a delay. james holmes is accused of opening fire in a colorado theater last july killing 12 people and injuring 70. >
. . >>> it is wednesday january 9th, steve says changes. >> not yet, but tomorrow. temperatures are 20s and 30s and 40s but we have increasing clouds throughout the day and 50s coming up, more on the weather coming up here is sal. >>> so far we have a nice start to the morning commute and the morning commute will be looking good on 880 and a lot of that road work has been picked up. let's go back to the desk. >>> we are tracking a violent night in the neighborhood where police responded to both a shooting and a stabbing overnight. paul chambers is here to explain whether police believe the crimes are connected. paul? >> reporter: as you can see behind us, crime scene technicians are taking pictures of the scene and police say they have very little to go on after two separate crimes sent two people to the hospital. san francisco police say shots were fired in this neighborhood and the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. we are being told that person was shot in the foot. now almost two hours later and after officers left the first seen this time responding to a stabbing.
bay. it's kind of moving around. steve will be here with a complete report. driving purposes. don't use the high beams. we're also checking 880. northbound, 880 near high street. they are clearing it now but the traffic is just a mess. 880 northbound. the alternate route for you would be 580 if you can get over there. 580 is crowded. traffic is backing up in san leandro on 880. bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up. it's not all that bad. some people may be stuck on 880. but it's backed up for about a 15-minute delay. in san jose, we've been watching the road sensors. northbound 280, 101 and 85, you will see some slow traffic there. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. >>> we're on on the mild side coast and bay. yet the fog reports continue to come in. evelyn in campbell, really, really foggy. jenny in benicia, the nothing horns are sounding. so i mean, it continues to move back in. it makes sense about 7:00 to 9:00. and then it will start to lift a little bit. 30s to 40s. it will be beautiful around the coast and bay. morning fog, sunny, warmer. i haven't wrote that or said th
to steve. >>> all right. we do have -- some patchy fog. yesterday, was much more widespread, especially san jose. things seem to be a lot better today towards the south bay but there's still some in the north bay and east bay. the cold is the bigger story. it's not working its way in but it will tonight. no doubt about it, thursday into friday. lows will be dipping in the 20s. 30s, maybe even around the coast. windy, possible showers, but this is not a big system for big rain. it's a big system for cold air because of that already, thursday night and friday, a freeze warning is out for the north bay and frost advisories. i know we're still a day away. this will be very cold air. it might last until sunday. increasing clouds throughout the day. maybe a little filtered sun. 30s and 40s. some of that patchy fog. temperatures are stuck. haven't seen them move that much. here is the cold air. we'll see it will swing in. still about a day away. but a little bit cooler today with increasing clouds coming in. not a big deal. mostly cloudy, patchy fog, combination of the two makes for a gray day. av
, january 10th, i am pam cook. >> let's check weather, traffic, steve is right there, i know i need a coat, do i need an umbrella? >> no doubt, it is going to be a cold, cold day in fact we already have rain activity and even a snow mix in the santa cruz mountains and when that green turns to white it is a mix and that may be above 3600 feet. here is sal. >>> good morning, right now 237 steve traffic looks good as you travel through problems, and let's go back to the desk. >>> 5:01 a convicted murderer out on parole may have trucks again and this time police say he may have killed his own mother. live in vallejo with more on what has happened and the violent history of this man. >> this is also where they were called yesterday in this area and we are in a 2500 block of mars field road. they called him for turning in his 89-year-old mother. vallejo police say just before noon, he called officers and told them he killed his mother. once they arrived on the scene he took police to an area where they found his mother's body. he is a former death row inmate who was sentenced to death back in 19
. in december 2011, steve kroft reported on two such cases. we begin with a woman named eileen foster, a former senior executive at countrywide financial, one of the epicenters of the crisis. >> do you believe that there are people at countrywide who belong behind bars? >> yes. >> do you want to give me their names? >> no. >> would you give their names to a grand jury if you were asked? >> yes. >> but eileen foster has never been asked, and never spoken to the justice department, even though she was countrywide's executive vice president in charge of fraud investigations. at the height of the housing bubble, countrywide financial was the largest mortgage lender in the country, and the loans it made were among the worst, a third ending up in foreclosure or default, many because of mortgage fraud. it was foster's job to monitor and investigate allegations of fraud against countrywide employees and make sure they were reported to the board of directors and the treasury department. >> how much fraud was there at countrywide? >> from what i saw, the types of things i saw, it was-- it appeared system
a difference a week makes. this morning, it's about a 15, 20-minute delay. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal a lot of fog around there. higher clouds coming in. a beautiful sunrise. but the higher clouds are all we'll see out of this system mainly staying to the north. there's thick fog being reported in the bay. morning fog, higher clouds. a little warmer tomorrow. it's a dry forecast and then on wednesday into thursday turning colder, much colder thursday,/friday as we get a stronger system coming in. we'll have a lot of cold air coming in thursday/friday. the recent rain has moved off into southern california. and then out of the area. but the overnight temperatures and the dew point coming together and that gives us thick fog. that will be with us today and tonight. these higher clouds, coming down around the southern edge of the system which has been spilling over. so we get the higher clouds. patchy, thick fog in the morning. 30s and 40s. higher clouds in the afternoon. 54 to 62. most locations, 30ss, 40s. novato is sweeping in. i did see a 39 there. fairview is 34, 34 livermore.
, really cold outside. >> yeah. steve paulson joins us now. what helped prevent the predicted record cold? >> the north wind. >> so strange. >> it'll be colder i think on sunday morning. that looks to be the coldest but morning lows, some took a while. overnight lows 24 to 44, frost and freeze warnings out for about another hour. temperatures 29 at napa, fairfield was 26, now 30 telling me a little breeze picked up. 26 not far from livermore but oakland 41, the city 44 and 47 half moon bay with a north wind of 25 miles an hour. san jose 37, san rafael down to 34. with that north breeze it'll be cold. we will have to -- upper 40s, low 50s. there is a possibility maybe of some scattered showers today. more than today. you can see the system on the north coast. >> time is now 7:03. we have developing news coming in from the north bay. a teen who just turned 17 years oldo was shot to death just hours ago. claudine wong is at the apartment complex. >> reporter: they are still out here. if you look behind me you can see where they set up on the 300 block of the drake. looks like they will b
guard steve nash reached a new milestone, 10,000 assists and still counting. nash is only the fifth nba player to do that. congratulations to you. >>> a tale of two cities and twin brothers as rob ryan was fired as defensive coordinator of the dallas cowboys. in new york the jets announce md his twin brother rex ryan will keep his job as head coach. ryan said if sanchez does not play well next season quote that number will change. just ahead, kim and kanye's newmantion and which diva will perform for president obama at the inauguration. "breaking dawn" part two is breaking some records but not the kind that film makers want. you're watching "early today." >>> back to "early today" on this wednesday pornography. storm moving through the northwest. cold front will slice through behind it. colder air will move in through much of the west. all stormy weather is locked in the intermountain west. significant snows for all the ski countries over the next 24 to 48 hours maybe all the way out to friday. here's the forecast. look at tomorrow. tomorrow the colder air arrives with it, chance of sno
>> steve: sorry, ben. and "silver lining playbook" received four nominations all in the acting category. >> brian: last time that happened was 1981, "reds." i was wearing the same outfit (see you tomorrow. going on, brian. long as can be. fox news alert. white house might use executive orders to go around congress and push through new gun laws in america, setting off alarm bells. possibly setting up a showdown over the separation of powers. that would be intriguing. welcome everybody, to "america's newsroom." i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. vice president joe biden meets today with the nra and wal-mart that is set to be a pretty contentious meeting. two powerhouses in the gun industryer this, but biden's comments got gun owners fired up yesterday. here is some of that. >> the president is going to act. there are executive orders, there are executive action that can be taken. we haven't decided what it will be yet but we're compiling it all with the help of the attorney general and rest of the cabinet members as well as legislative action
, editorial board member and writer for the "wall street journal." steve is joining us now. yes man for the president? what's wrong with that? >> well, there's nothing really wrong with that in terms of -- look, the treasury secretary probably should reflect the yesterdays and philosophy of the president. and i agree with the others on your unanimously it's very likely that he's -- your unanimously it's very likely that he's going to be confirmed. we were critical for a couple of reasons. one, look, we kind of were hoping this would be a new start for the president. that the second term might be a departure from some of the policies of the first term. this suggests that it's going to be more of the same. when you heard the discussion about how many republicans really just don't get along with this guy, they don't agree with his philosophy, they think he's really hard to deal with in negotiation, i think that could prestage real fights to come. i wanted to mention one other point if i could, wolf. one of the things that bothers me about the president's cabinet in his first term and t
does the law allow? and steve hays here about the possible political fallout of him doing this as an end around congress. we'll talk about moments away. obviously, it's going to be an important discussion. an update now to the school shooting in southern california that we told you about earlier in the hour. we've got new video from the scene as authorities say one student was shot and injured. now, that student has been flown to a hospital in bakersfield, so now we've been updated and earlier we were told it was two students, or two people shot and now they're saying it was a student and it was one student. we don't have any word on that student's condition. we're told the suspect is in custody. a sheriff's department spokesman says that person is also believed to be a student. the shooting happened at taft union high school, local reporters say people inside the school hid in closets during the attack. oh. and from georgia, we are getting some dramatic 911 tapes in a frightening home invasion making headlines in the middle this have week's and last week's gun debate. cap
everyturned, the school bus did. you can't see it in the shot, but it's behind this bus. >> steve: they've autopsily called for a med vac. switching gears completely, the 2013 academy awards are going to be in the land of lincoln, the movie. 12 oscar nods, including best picture and director. other films up for best picture are "argo," "beast of the southern wild." "django unchained," "les mis," "life of pi," and "zero dark thirty." >> brian: katherine big low wasn't nominated for the controversial movie. ben affleck also passed over. >> steve: sorry, ben. and "silver lining playbook" received four nominations all in the acting category. >> brian: last time that happened was 1981, "reds." i was wearing the same outfit (see you tomorrow. going on, brian. long as can be. fox news alert. white house might use executive orders to go around congress and push through new gun laws in america, setting off alarm bells. possibly setting up a showdown over the separation of powers. that would be intriguing. welcome everybody, to "america's newsroom." i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning, everybod
could that impact the man who is now nominated to succeed tim geithner? steve, good morning. >> thanks, carl. first of all, just to what you were talking about earlier, we understand geithner's going to hang out until january 25th in the treasury, giving jack lew to confirm and i guess perfect his signature. let's see what we've learned, what does he leave for jack lew. he got the stress test done. actually, that's not correct there. let's move away from that. what we're talking about here is the -- let me go to my notes. the stimulus was done -- but sustained growth was not. frank dod basel iii was not done. aig also done. what is the geithner model? what is the geithner doctrine? i think you can say like this, overwhelming government force when it's clear it's needed. b in a crisis, spend, regulate and guarantee and do it with conviction. let's talk about one of the things left over from the geithner years, which is going to be the issue of debt and deficit. i think you would say there was some accomplishment when it came to getting some of these deals in place. but ultimately, he pr
to raise $425 to $450 million. this comes after a seattle based group led by steve bomber and steve hanson are trying to buy the kings. >>> it could be a big night for steven spielberg at the golden globe. spielberg lincoln is nominated for seven golden globes. ben affleck argo are both nominated for five awards. comedians tina fey and amy will host the ceremony. >>> your new miss america is miss new york. >> drew: there she is miss new york has won the title of miss america. 23-year-old mallory hagan took top honors in the beauty pageant last night after tap dancing to james brown and answered the question about whether armed guards belong in school. she defeated notable contestants. >>> time now 7:21. it's freezing here but it's even colder in the mountains. the new service in the sierra that may make travel a little easier. >>> victims of super storm sandy kicked out of their hotel with nowhere else to go. who some are blaming. >>> while we slept our temperatures tanked to near freezing even below freezing in some area. coming up i'll have a look at what you can expect this morning and
, so let's talk about what is going on in texas. first of all what can you tell us about steve and amber, the democratic donors based in texas. do you know about them? >> oh, sure. they are big democratic contributors in the state of texas, and there are very few democratic candidates in texas to give money to. all of the office holders at the state-wide level are republicans, but they are major contributors for barack obama, went after rick perry a couple of years ago, ran an ad chiding perry, daring perry to engage his democratic opponent in debate. ran full page ad with a picture of perry on it with the word coward on it. and so have a relatively young guy in these fights is really a feather in the cap of those folks, both democrats in texas and folks nationally. >> jennifer: democrats in texas often seems to be an oxymoron but for those outside of texas who know there are strong democratic supporters who are willing to poke rick perry in the eye gives us comfort. today rick perry actually slammed governor cuomo's proposed assault weapon's ban. wha
the world -- or from the u.s., to help control them. abc's steve osunsami has more. steve, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. wildlife officials tell us the problem just isn't in the everglades. they're now seeing these large snakes in parks, in people's holmes. and they're hoping this hunt will help. florida authorities are desperate to get rid of these snakes, calling this a snake hunting mission. no experience necessary. no licensed needed. just a gun or a knife. by some estimates, nearly 150,000 pythons are living in the everglades alone. but the snakes haven't stopped there. >> they're starting to come back into civilization, looking for easy food, our pets. that's typically what they're feeding on. cats, small dogs. >> reporter: state wrangler scott mullen says families are now finding them in parks, high grass and even backyards. and he's been busy making house calls. >> when people call about a python, it's a totally different sound on the phone. you can hear it in their voice. they're very excited, very nervous. >> reporter: pythons are native to southeast asia. but
, a bit of an eye lift. >> it was just beyond my expectations. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. in this episode, we'll look at people who market medical procedures as business ventures, everything from anti-aging treatments to a protocol that claims to end addiction. we'll begin with doctors and pharmacists who are catering to the 78 million aging baby boomers who want to slow that aging process down or to even turn back the clock. the treatments usually include doses of the same performance-enhancing drugs that are now banned by most professional sports-- things like testosterone, dhea, and human growth hormone. as we first reported in 2006, all of this his highly controversial and possibly even illegal, but that's not stopping thousands of doctors from taking up the practice or patients from seeking them out. this is the temple of anti-aging medicine, the cenegenics medical institute of las vegas, nevada. >> let's take a look at it. >> it was founded in 1998 by its chief prophet, dr. alan mintz, who claims to have 12,000 patients around the world, offering hope to anyon
steve allen was on. that's when jack paar was on. that's when johnny carson was on. look at you. you're a real film director now. >> reporter: kimmel's been doing this ten years. he's now ready. >> there were times when i hoped the show would be canceled, you know? >> reporter: why? >> because it's brutal. it's a lot easier now than it was. the celebrities know who i am. that's a big part of it. there's times when i'd sit there and interview a guest and have a difficult time getting their attention. >> reporter: now, nearly everyone knows who he is. >> kids are really all i have left. they don't know who i am. they don't know where i'm coming from or where i'm getting at. so, i like to talk to them. what is the difference between a boy and a girl? >> reporter: we just watched you spend a whole day trying to make children say bathroom words. this is a job? >> this is what i do for a living. it's ridiculous, i know. >> reporter: i think you should drop the bit when you disappoint children. >> you do? you don't like that? what happened to you as a child that strikes a nerve? is there so
? >> that is something. some story, steve. thank you. >>> now, to the latest on that dramatic murder trial in arizona. prosecutors revealing crime scene photos they say proved jodi arias murdered her boyfriend in cold blood. they caused her to break down in the courtroom. abc's ryan owens is in phoenix with more on the story. ryan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the pictures were so graphic that were shown in court, the truth is, a lot of people couldn't handle them. in fact, we saw one member of the jury, wiping away tears. travis alexander's sisters shielded their teary eyes, as prosecutors showed crime scene photos of alexander's bathroom. there is blood everywhere. signs of a struggle. police say his one-time girlfriend, jodi arias, stabbed him, slit his throat and shot him in the head in a jealous rage. arias cries, too. she admits she killed him. but says it was self-defense. the medical examiner testified alexander's body was covered in stab wounds. and some were defensive. that he was fighting for his life. >> if you have injuries to the backs of the forearms or to the palms or
to this movie from the marcellus shale corporation. steve forde "it's a complete work of fiction. this movie may run in theaters for several weeks, maybe a couple of months but the work of our industry is going to continue for generations to come." look obviously is the movie is a work of of fiction. but the science in the movie? is that fiction? >> well, the science of contamination from natural gas drilling and oil drilling and fracking is very, very clear. the industry has been studying how their wells leak and fail for decades. and they know that they leak and fail. and we've discovered those documents. and they're right there for the public to see. we know that 5% of their well casings fail within immediately upon drilling. and that 50% of them fail over 30-year period. >> okay. >> so this type of thing from the marcellus shale coalition is exactly what the movie is describing. that they'll come out and tell you black is white. >> i'm going to tell you, though. it's interesting. if you go into the state of pennsylvania to see this movie, that same group we were just talking about, the marce
interviewed her and how valuable it was steve. >> guest: it was very valuable. i think i had three interviews with her. she came to work from lyndon johnson in 1962 when i believed she was 19 years old. she was a secretary who was very close to johnson. by that i mean they trusted her a lot. they trusted her discretion. she was immensely helpful to me because she was a good observer. you know, to me i don't care how handsome you are. all he cares can you tell me what he looked like? i'm constantly asking johnson people, what would i see? she was in right after. she was in dallas. she's on the plane. she actually types the oath, which has given her sometimes think she's had enough to really make you cry. she describes the famous quote a little here, i don't have the book. johnson has telephoned robert kennedy to ask him, should he be sworn in dallas and to get the oath. kennedy is apparently on a patch telephone line with nicholas katzenbach, the deputy attorney. c-span: describer robert kennedy was when he first learned about his brother being shot. >> guest: robert kennedy is sitting by thei
for best picture. deadline.com's steve hammond points to a handful of contenders. >> "les miserables" is certain to be nominated. "argo" and "zero dark thirty" will be nominated. >> jennifer lawrence, bradley cooper and robert de niro, has endured an oscar dry spell. >> robert de niro has not been nominated for 21 years. >> among the possible nominees, one movie stands out as a question mark. what will oscar voters make of quinton tarantino's "django unchained" >> it could get a ton of nominations or virtually nothing. it's either or. >> reporter: critics have not been silent. some of them accusing tarantino of travelizing slavery. >> it's such a box office hit that could only hurt. >> reporter: the controversy should make for a suspenseful oscar nomination announcement. >>> and that announcement will come in just a few hours. we'll have it live here on cnn in a special we're calling "the nomination" this morning. that starts at 8:00. soledad and a.j. hammer will be in new york. i'll be here in los angeles. we'll have the oscar nominations live. now, we talked about best picture. you
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